Rory Feek Today 2023 Wiki: Country music singer and songwriter Rory Feek’s Biography, Family, Career & Net Worth – Did Rory Feek Pass Away? / What happened to Rory Feek?
Rory Lee Feek is an American country music singer and songwriter. Feek he has written singles for Clay Walker, Blake Shelton, Tracy Byrd and other artists. He and his wife, Joey Feek, formed the duo Joey + Rory and was placed third on the first season of the CMT talent show Can You Duet. He also established Giantslayer Records for launching of new independent artists.
Rory Feek Biography
Rory Lee Feek (born April 25, 1965) was born and raised in Atchison, Kansas. Feek married Tamara Gilmer on August 3, 1985, and they divorced March 25, 1992. In 2002, he married Joey Feek, with whom he started the duo Joey + Rory. They have one daughter, Indiana Boone (born February 17, 2014), who was born with Down syndrome. Feek also has two older daughters, Heidi Feek (born 1986) and Hopie Feek (born 1988), from his previous marriage. Joey died of metastatic cervical cancer on March 4, 2016.
Feek has a friendship and working relationship with Joel F. Salatin with whom he has collaborated in several performances promoting sustainable farming. Feek hosted a series of discussions on sustainable farming in 2020 and again in 2021 in an event billed as “Songs, Stories & Sustainability with Joel Salatin and Rory Feek” at the Music Ranch Montana. On Feek’s property outside of Nashville, he has a farm, a concert hall and school house.
Rory Feek Career
Inspired by Don Williams, Merle Haggard, and other artists, Feek began playing guitar at age 15. He later served two tours of duty in the United States Marine Corps after high school, before moving to Dallas, Texas, where he played in nightclubs. Feek moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1995 after being encouraged by Nashville entertainment attorney Rod Phelps, and signed to a publishing contract. One of his first single releases as a songwriter was Collin Raye’s “Someone You Used to Know,” a Top Five country hit in 1999. A year later, Clay Walker reached Top Five as well with “The Chain of Love,” another song that Feek co-wrote.
What happened to Rory Feek?
There have been questions going around on the internet (social media) about Feek’s health and wellbeing. Some “fans” are even asking if the country singer is alive.
At the publication of this article, we can confirm with the information at our disposal, Feek is alive and fine.